PPP only party that can resolve problems of Balochistan, says Bilawal


QUETTA: PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari on Sunday said that “the next government will be formed by the PPP,” adding that it is the only party that can resolve the problems of the province. Addressing a rally in the provincial capital of Balochistan, he said with PPP in power, all the problems faced by the people of Balochistan will be resolved,  Expressing confidence in his party, Bilawal said that the PPP will form the next government all over Pakistan, including Balochistan and that a PPP jiyala (devotee) will become the next Balochistan chief minister. Bilawal said that the people of Balochistan have witnessed a lot of hardships over the last five years. “If there is any political party in the country that cares about the needs of the poor, it is the Pakistan Peoples Party,” he claimed. The PPP chairman welcomed several new members from Balochistan into the party, including Abdul Qadir Baloch and Sanaullah Zehri, and promised to provide full support to them on behalf of the party. “We will empower and support each other so that we could continue our struggles,” he said. “Together, we will find solutions to the problems being faced by the people of this province and reach out to each and every district.” He thanked the people of Balochistan for supporting his grandfather, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, in the past and said that the PPP has always worked towards the welfare of the poor and the needy. “We started the Benazir Income Support Programme to pull people out of poverty,” he said, adding that with the exception of the PPP, all other political parties in the country are trying to “snatch the rights of the people of Balochistan”.He further said that it was the PPP that increased employees’ salaries and pensions in the past, adding that it is the “only party that understands how to give the people of Balochistan their due rights.” “If the people of Balochistan support the party, there is no power in the world that can stop it,” said Bilawal.  Taking a jibe at the PTI-led government, Bilawal said that people have realised that the “real face of tabdeeli (change) is inflation, poverty, and unemployment.”


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